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Deer Hunting

How to keep other animals from eating all your deer corn!

Uploaded on February 15, 2010

I figured out a way to keep all varmints, rodents, pest, predators, and whatever else you dont want eating your corn to stay out of your corn! Here's how Take a bucket and cut a hole in the bottom.Make the hole about 3 inches in diameter. Take a rope and tie the rope to a tree limb above the spot you want your feeder to be. Tie the rope to the bucket and hang the bucket where the hole you cut is facing down towards the ground.Hang the bucket about 3.5 to 4 feet from the ground. Put a plunger in the top of the bucket with the plunger stick facing down through the hole you cut in the bottom of the bucket. Saw off all the plunger stick except for about 2 inches. Put a mineral lick under the bucket. So when the deer come to feed on the mineral lick, they will bump the plunger stick with theit anlers or head. When the plunger stick is hit, it will cause it to lift up and corn will pour out. Once this happens, deer will figure out how to get corn and you will have no more others animals eating up all your corn!

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from cas0905 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

very sneaky i like it

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from alabamaoutlaw wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

The black bears will love it too

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from HunterDue wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

there are'nt many blackbears in TEXAS!

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from HunterDue wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

actually i have seen a few in east texas

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from WhitetailHunter706 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

what if the other varmits get it figured out then what?

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from grant2 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

what if a bob cat learns how?

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from Sourdough Dave wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

Here I'm putting up 8' fences to keep the deer out of my corn and there you hang up elaborate devices to provide the deer with corn. I guess it is just another of those east/west, whitetail/mule deer things I'll never understand. It is all I can do to keep the blasted deer out of the yard and from eating the garden.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

That might work, keep it high enough the 'coons can't reach it

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from cas0905 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

very sneaky i like it

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from alabamaoutlaw wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

The black bears will love it too

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from HunterDue wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

there are'nt many blackbears in TEXAS!

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from HunterDue wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

actually i have seen a few in east texas

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from WhitetailHunter706 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

what if the other varmits get it figured out then what?

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from grant2 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

what if a bob cat learns how?

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from Sourdough Dave wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

Here I'm putting up 8' fences to keep the deer out of my corn and there you hang up elaborate devices to provide the deer with corn. I guess it is just another of those east/west, whitetail/mule deer things I'll never understand. It is all I can do to keep the blasted deer out of the yard and from eating the garden.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 7 weeks ago

That might work, keep it high enough the 'coons can't reach it

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